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Found a bunch of these in great condition tucked away in my basement. Have lots more if anyone's interested in the PayLine series from the 1970's.

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Sorry, junkandcattle, this is all I have for the dozer line.  No individual spec. sheet.  But this attachment is an overview for all models of rubber tired PayLoaders both rigid and articulated frame, Payloaders on tracks, PayDozers, PayHaulers, PayScrapers, PayHoes, Paytractor Lifts and rubber tired Payloaders with log grapples.

 

The SPEC SHEETS I have are: 175C and 250C crawler loaders, 252 model Paylift forklift, Model S-8A grapple and cable skidders, Model S-10 cable skidder and rubber tired front end loaders Models H-60E, H-80B, H-90E, H-100C, 510, 515 and 560. Why there were no TD dozers in this stack of files, I'll never know.

 

Q. is this PAY line from IH just a Canadian thing?  

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Thanks for sharing!

IH referred to their construction equipment division as "PAY LINE" Division after Industrial Equipment Division, Construction Equipment Division, and Hough were all combined in the early 1970s. All over, not just Canada.

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6 hours ago, Binderdan said:

IH referred to their construction equipment division as "PAY LINE" Division after Industrial Equipment Division, Construction Equipment Division, and Hough were all combined in the early 1970s. All over, not just Canada.

Thanks- good to know that.

 

Some more attached.

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Didn't know that they made an S-11 skidder.  These pages should complete all the skidder models.

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That's an interesting manual with the attachments, how about TD25 and H400 they were a beast.

I should post a pic I have of an old biker party from the south, where the have a 175 loader driving over a bunch of Japanese motorcycles

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Since we are on this subject (and I own two TD9's), would anyone have a similar spec. sheet for a TD-9- 91 series made from 1956 to 1959?

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2 hours ago, louie figone said:

Here you go, T-7C, TD-7C. I don't know if IH produced any gas T-7C's, they would be very rare.

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Louie,  Someone is on Heavy Equipment Forums, dozer section that has a TD7-C and wants to know volume and type oil for transmission. No one seems to be responding. I had an early TD8-E and you needed to fill  and check in two places, then the newer ones in only one place. I didn't respond because I don't have the proper info for a 7C. Thanks.

DWF

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11 hours ago, DWF said:

Louie,  Someone is on Heavy Equipment Forums, dozer section that has a TD7-C and wants to know volume and type oil for transmission. No one seems to be responding. I had an early TD8-E and you needed to fill  and check in two places, then the newer ones in only one place. I didn't respond because I don't have the proper info for a 7C. Thanks.

DWF

I am not on the Heavy Equipment Forums site; do you need more info than what's on the brochures? I do not have a TD-7C, I have a 100C which uses the same platform as the TD-7C, I can post more info from my owner's manual or from the service manual if you need it. Hy-Tran oil or equivalent is used in the power shift transmission and the rear main frame. I have been using NAPA 85-405 in my 100C for over 30 years with no issues.

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